Ephemera, Philadelphia: Josiah Tatum, 1850. Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Single issue publication with stitched binding. Pages tanned and foxed with some soiling/staining and a small amount of writing at bottom edge of first page. Holes in left margin, heavy wear to corners, some edge wear. ; Weekly Quaker publication begun in 1847. Later merged with Christian Worker to form American Friend. Contents: Brief memoir of Maria Tuke of York, England (who died in 1848). Correspondence between William and Alice Ellis. Report of a visit to the West Indies in 1850. Extract from a lecture by Dr. Conolly, London, Diversity of human character and delicate shades of insanity. Numerous reprints of news from various sources. ; 10" tall ; 16 pages.